Domestic Disturbance: Officer Safety And Calming Techniques
Points out that the mishandling of routine emotional disturbance calls accounts for 20 percent of all police fatalities. Takes the officer through the important steps of the who, what, where, when and how of any complaint. Shows why it's important to get the facts, so the officer answering the call can exercise caution, yet deal with compassionate authority. Presents re-enactments of the most typical complaints, Taking the officer on the premises to help resolve personal problems, restore the peace and use preventive action to reduce arrests.
Producer Woroner Films MTIAudio/Visual sound, color
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December 26, 2015
Whatcha gonna do when they come for you
Well rounded and less-exploitational then I thought it was going to be, this film teaches cops on how to diffuse Domestic Disturbance calls using very interesting techniques. Interesting in that they appear to work for the most part. The couple fighting here are very believable, adding to the interestingness of this.